香港医学博物馆
香港医学博物馆
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暂停开放 香港医学博物馆是香港的一家以医学为主的博物馆。博物馆中的文献和实物展品可以说是香港医学博物馆景点,介绍了香港的医科学术的发展史。馆内陈列了很多种不同的医疗用具、护理工作以及香港医学卫生等。香港医学博物馆前身是香港细菌学检验所,是以应付当时流行的鼠疫而建立的。该检验所作为了香港医学化验机构是专门研究细菌病患的,之后又进行了疫苗种植了。在二次大战过后,香港医学博物馆1990年被香港政府宣布列为法定古迹,重新开放。香港医学博物馆中的英国爱德华式的建筑物成为了到此旅游的人们的必经之处,来到香港医学博物馆旅游千万不要错过哦。香港医学博物馆详细介绍:香港医学博物馆是香港一所以医学为主题的博物馆。它位于香港岛中西区上环及半山区之间一带,成立于1996年,用文献及实物展品介绍香港开埠以来的医科学术的发展历史。展览内容现时,香港医学博物馆内主要陈列了多种不同之医疗用具、介绍香港医学卫生及护理工作、19世纪时香港鼠疫的情况及实验室展示、及中草药的介绍和展示。此外,香港医学博物馆内亦开设了展览厅介绍雅丽氏妙龄那打素医院及东华三院的历史。历史香港医学博物馆前身是成立于1906年3月15日正式启用的香港细菌学检验所,以应付当时流行的鼠疫。检验所作为首个香港专为医学化验而设的机构,初时对流行细菌病患作专门研究,随后更坚负起疫苗培植的工作。在二次大战过后,检验所易名为香港病理检验所,以涵盖更大的工作范围。当“病理检验所”在1960年迁往西营盘,及疫苗制造的工作在1973年迁离后,这座建筑物便一直只作政府仓库的用途,直至1990年被香港政府宣布列为法定古迹,并在1996年3月16日重新开放,成为香港医学博物馆的馆址。
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区域: 上环
上环与香港其他大受欢迎的街区不一样,这里的气氛轻松自在,适合漫游者闲逛。在小区“PoHo”,每一条街上都有许多艺术画廊和精品咖啡店。这里的复古时装店和手工皮具店绝对值得一逛——时尚达人蜂拥至此可不是没来由的。历史爱好者们可以参观壮观的建筑物遗址,这些建筑展示了上环作为英国军队最早驻扎地之一的历史。等到夜幕降临,一切娱乐活动都浮出水面,私房菜馆、黑吧和地下酒吧遍及整个地区。当你呆在上环,每一天都像是过周末。
如何到达
  • Sheung Wan • 步行 6 分钟
  • Sai Ying Pun • 步行 9 分钟
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3.0 分,共 5 分
2024年1月 • 家庭
The building was old and had a certain charm, and I was able to look at Hong Kong medicine from the perspective of Eastern and Western medicine. However, the exhibits were a bit lacking and there was nothing worth seeing other than the foot binding display. There are many ramps around, so we recommend that seniors take a taxi. The place is small.
撰写日期:2024年1月30日
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meissmart
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4.0 分,共 5 分
2023年11月
The Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences was established in 1996, there were many exhibits in the museum such as the human body, the old laboratory, The Herbalist shop, and the production of a vaccine for smallpox. I went there on a class trip and went Sai Ing Pun MTR station, exit C. This path was longer than the one Google Maps suggests ( 20 min ) but you don't need to walk up a hill, but there is some inappropriate graffiti on the lampposts, so if you are going there with children be careful. The entrance fee for disabled people or full-time students is 10$ HKD and the price for adults is 20$ HKD. I enjoyed the exhibit in the basement that was not The Herbalist shop because it had an operator room and an autopsy room that said Do Not Enter and had a huge steel door with tons of locks, it also had a window on the side of a room with tools that looked like they were used for torture. Something that could be improved about the exhibit that I enjoyed the most was that they should have something labeled the autopsy room "autopsy room" because It looked kind of like a torture chamber until my teacher told me that it was an autopsy room. The museum should also have guides to explain everything because it was confusing and I didn't understand everything. In the exhibits, they had interactive things to do, for example in one of the exhibits they had something so you could try to do surgery on someone. I would recommend this to people because the exhibits were very educational, I learned a lot about Chinese and Western medicine and how they are different.
撰写日期:2023年11月8日
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Meander48212065448
香港1 条分享
3.0 分,共 5 分
2023年10月 • 好友
We went to the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences. We went there by MTR, then we needed to walk to the museum. This museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and public holidays are open from 1 pm to 5 pm. The location of the museum is at 2 Caine Lane, Mid Levels, Hong Kong. To get there, you can take the MTR to Sheung Wan or Sai Ying Pun, but if you exit Sheung Wan, you have to walk up a hill.
The Hong Kong Museum of Medicine is one of the few existing British Edwardian buildings in Hong Kong. It combines Western classical elements with Hong Kong's British architectural features. It has wide corridors and windows that allow ample air circulation, and the roof is covered with Chinese eaves tiles, which have a local cultural flavor.
I enjoyed visiting the Chinese Medicine Through Technology 3D Acu-Man Exhibition because you can learn more about acupuncture points by following the instructions.
I didn’t enjoy it because there was a room full of dust, and this made my nose feel itchy.
I learned the history of different medicines and the history of this museum.
The main collection has different types, including different medical equipment, an introduction to medical hygiene and nursing work in Hong Kong, the situation of the plague in Hong Kong in the 19th century, laboratory displays, and the introduction and display of Chinese herbal medicine.
On March 15, 1906, the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences was opened. After the Second World War, the laboratory was renamed "Hong Kong Pathological Laboratory" to cover a wider scope of work. When the "Pathological Laboratory" moved to Sai Ying Pun in 1960.
Overall I highly recommend this museum to someone interested in Medical Sciences, because you can learn more about the history of Medical Sciences.
撰写日期:2023年11月8日
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5.0 分,共 5 分
2023年11月 • 好友
The Hong Kong medical museum s a very fun museum. You learn the medical history about Hong Kong. If you are a student, or you are just interested in medical history, this is the place you want to go. There are multiple activities and inside the activities you can learn about the past and present. It was really fun learning about medicine and medical science. For this really fun museum, it is really worth it because it is only 10 HKD for one student ticket and 20 dollars for adults. From the MTR to the museum, it is about 10 to 15 minutes walk from SAI Ying Pun MTR exit C. You can also see Chinese artifacts that were important in the past. I went on a school trip in my class, and we were pleasantly surprised. It could be a little hard to find the location, so I suggest you use Google Maps. I suggest you come here one day, you will be really well-educated by everything they pout in display. You will learn about how medicine is made and how surgery wow performed in the past. The whole place was spotless it looked really nice and really ancient, the vibe is wonderful there. In my opinion, the most interesting thing in the museum is how they used an animal to make medicine. For the activities games, you can learn how to do surgery. The staff was really nice, I spent about 1 hour and 30 minutes it ID a museum where the is way too much fun with educational stuff and games. One thing that think that it could be improved is they can provide tours because you can get a better understanding of things. It was a little hard to understand everything because there were a lot of information.

撰写日期:2023年11月8日
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Samuel S
香港1,168 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2022年11月 • 独自旅游
一間好美麗的紅屋,原來是早期西醫院,又是研發疫苗中心,近來疫情爛發多年,來到這裡參觀真是百感交集,香港早期鼠疫暴發,這間研發中心出了好多力, 當大家參觀醫療歷史和早期器材時,細心欣賞一下這間百年建築物,在香港這種建築物真是好少。
撰写日期:2022年11月19日
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𝓝𝓪𝓽𝔂 ® 👑
俄罗斯莫斯科135,347 条分享
4.0 分,共 5 分
2022年10月 • 夫妻情侣
The building was built in 1906. It was designed as the Bacteriological Institute, and after the Second World War it was renamed the Pathological Institute.
撰写日期:2022年10月31日
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Mairwen1
英国10,624 条分享
4.0 分,共 5 分
2021年5月
This small museum is not a must-see, but for those with an interest in the history of medicine and disease in Hong Kong from the 1800s to today, there is some interesting stuff here.
The building itself is rather grand and was built in 1906 as the ‘Bacteriological Institute’, the very first medical lab in Hong Kong. The location was important. This was the area that had been ‘ground zero’ for the devastating outbreak of bubonic plague in 1894 and the need for medical research was greatest here. The beautiful and large Edwardian building has been well-preserved with arched windows, finials, stained glass, pilasters and Ionic columns. Inside, original features like the wall panelling, decorative ceilings, Palladian window, fireplaces and heavily balustraded staircase have also been retained.
The displays are spread across 3 floors in small rooms so the museum will take anywhere from 30 minute to an hour depending on your level of interest. I found the layout a little confusing and it wasn’t immediately obvious where to start. In the end, I’d recommend looking through the middle/entrance floor first, then heading upstairs and starting with the short video on the 1894 Bubonic Plague so that you have some context for the other displays.
Highlights include an early pharmacy with traditional Chinese medicines and the original lab with examples of early medical equipment. A couple of the displays might make the more sensitive recoil. In the lab two mannequin scientists are dissecting bubonic infected rats and downstairs, a disconcertingly life-like cow is tethered to a table with 2 more scientists injecting its belly for cowpox for the smallpox vaccination.
Although it probably won’t make it onto most tourists’ list of things to do, overall it’s a good little museum.
NOTES: Entry is $20HKD and it’s closed on Mondays.
撰写日期:2021年8月13日
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Edgar S
香港1,561 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2021年6月
A jewel of a museum. One experience a fantastic insight into the medical history and development in Hong Kong from the British rule till the present time. The exhibitions are well worked out and explained in great detail, not to mention walking around in the first labs and medical facilities made available in Hong Kong. Currently, there is a Chinese medicine exhibition with a lot of interactive modules, great for young and old. On the top floor, there is an early lab layout and in the basement, you will find a Chinese herbal pharmacy, many antique medical types of equipment as well a small mortuary which is only feasible to see over a glass window. The staff is charming, great and so polite. Once you exit the museum, please wander through a well-kept herbal garden all plants are signed and explained. There is a little admission entrance fee. Highly recommended.
撰写日期:2021年6月17日
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rchlpn
菲律宾马尼拉41 条分享
4.0 分,共 5 分
2019年6月
In-depth information and exhibits on how HK handled SARS. Compelling and engrossing - planned to drop by for a peek but stayed for a couple of hours.
撰写日期:2020年2月11日
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VladZor
加拿大哈利法克斯8 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2019年12月 • 家庭
Great place to visit to learn about medicine history of Hong Kong.
There is an interesting 3d visualisation of human body
撰写日期:2019年12月19日
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